Originally posted on Joyful Antidotes:
I wouldn’t say that I am necessarily fussy when it comes to reading and I certainly would give anything I try. If you had asked me a month or so ago if I had read every type of book there is, I would have likely answered ‘yes’ (although exaggerated). That was until I came across Strungballs and realised there is a whole new level of book genres just waiting for me to explore. Strungballs by Mike Russell may be one of the strangest books out there. It follows the story of Sydney, a ten-year-old boy who is about to… Continue reading Book Review: Strungballs by Mike Russell
This week’s poem is Don Paterson’s Poetry. Continue reading The Monday Poem – Poetry
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A new painting – Brusho paint and ink. Continue reading The Wednesday Painting
Had a free afternoon, so photographed some paint in water. It’s Brusho paint which is a powder pigment. Continue reading Paint in Water
He is the kin of the jungle’s lords, and heir to the secrets of hoary and sinister Africa. The Sphinx is his cousin, and he speaks her language; but he is more ancient than the Sphinx, and remembers that which she hath forgotten. Continue reading Short Story Saturday – The Cats of Ulthar